Sudbury book place in final

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AFC Sudbury Under-14s stand on the verge of Suffolk and Ipswich cup glory after a hard fought 2-1 semi-final win over Kesgrave.

After falling behind after 10 minutes, Sudbury did not take long to get back on level terms as Kade Ivatt rose highest to head home Oscar Gammon’s corner.

The second half proved tight with Liam Skip going close for Sudbury while at the other end Chris Warren had to be on form to make a host of fine saves.

And his performance proved pivotal as Ivatt raced on to a long pass and slotted the ball home to seal progression to the final where they will face Lakenheath.

Having won their division, league champions Long Meflord Under-15s finished their current campaign in style with a comfortable 3-1 victory over AFC Clacton.

In what proved a commanding display, goals from Jack Webb, Joe Webb and Adam Crawford sealed the points with further impressive displays from Billy Miller, Tyler French, Jake Welch, Rob Pook, Arlen Crawley Smart, Harry Adams, Jake Cupit and Tom Gibson.

Cornard Dyanmos Blues Under-12s were forced to settle for a share of the spoils with Colchester Villa after they played out a 2-2 draw.

After a goalless first half, Dynamos found themselves two goals behind following two unfortunate own goals from Joseph Doyle and Wife Wilde. However, a superb comeback saw goals from Harrison Brown and Troy Collins rescue a point.

One team to hit the goal trail were Cornard Dynamos Under-10s who cruised to an emphatic 5-1 victory over Colchester Villa.

After Dynamos Kai McKnight, Morgan Waldock and Harvey Clare all went close, Villa opened the scoring against the run of the play.

However, Cornard were not to be denied and responded in superb fashion with five second half goal from Jack Hurrell (two) and Ben Iannone securing victory.